Wednesday, 23 May 2012

What's on your workdesk Wednesday?


This is how my desk looked at the end of Monday's crafting spree:

2 finished cards for upcoming Christenings and Baby shower. I will miss both of them, sadly, as we are away so I needed to get my cards made ahead of time. No babies on my side of the family for 10 years and them 2 come along in 1 year!


A Star Book for my grandmother with photos from her 90th birthday. It was held together with pegs to make sure the glue dried properly. I'll share a tutorial for this in a few days. hopefully, but I need the permission of a non-blogging, crop friend who showed me how to do it. Scroll to the post below for a tutorial on making this project.


An almost completed birthday card for my daughter. I used an idea in Papercraft Inspirations to make cardstock biscuits. The magazine used Core'dinations cardstock but I didn't have any in the right colours and I never buy papers for cardmaking (except maybe at Christmas) so I improvised with plain cardstock and shaded it with pastel chalks. I love it - the bourbon looks good enough to eat. Think I might be using this idea again!

This is another scheduled post as Wednesdays are usually crazy for me. Today I will be invigilating exams all afternoon. I'll try to visit some other desks tonight. Go over to see Julia, if you'd like to do the same.

Hope your day is a good one.

13 comments:

Lisa said...

ooh love the star book, will become a follower to learn how to do it and follow you too:D
Happy WOYWW day
Lisa #16
x

...the yorkshire fox... said...

...super looking cards Kirsty great work...Mel :) #21

Neil said...

Hi there, just popping in to visit for WOYWW. It's lovely to see so many creative spaces! Thanks for sharing your inspiration with us curious folk! I hope you have a good week.
Neil #70

EELS said...

Congrats on the card biscuits, I'm soon to have a go at those also.
Cheers,
Elaine

Carolyn Phillips said...

Love the crafting spree, looks like you were very productive. The star book is wonderful and will be a great present.

mark gould said...

happy woyww. what great cards, im sure your daughter will love it. great tutorial on the star cards as well. mark 111

Redanne said...

Loving your Grans star book, very nice indeed and those biscuits, as you say, look good enough to eat. I saw them in the mag, but they look better closer up. Happy WOYWW, Anne #18

505whimsygirl said...

Hi Kirsty,

I didn't know bourbon came in cookies! I love the use of the doily under the cookies - very festive.

Happy WOYWW
Hugs, Kay #141

CraftygasheadZo said...

Some fab makes you've got going on there! Take care and enjoy this sunny & warm WOYWW. Zo xx 80

kay said...

lots of creativeness going on and great tutorial below
have a fab woyww
kay #33

Queen Of Toys said...

I so love your star card, I haven't made one of them before and yours is inspiring.

Eliza #49
http://queenartoypia.blogspot.com.au/

Queenie Jeannie said...

Fabby projects!!! Great work!

Jeannie #75

Lunch Lady Jan said...

That star card looks very impressive! I wouldn't know where to start on something like that!! But I really love the biscuit card for your daughter, what a fab idea - bet making that one made you hungry :)
Hugs, LLJ #57 xx